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New CurdBee Feature: Client Invoice History

July 01, 2011

If you’re a busy freelancer or run a budding SME, you probably send invoices frequently. In fact, sometimes you may even forget who owes you what. At CurdBee, we’re always looking for ways to make your online invoicing experience better, and this new feature update comes out of that brainstorming process. Client Invoice History The rationale behind it is something like this – you usually want to know as much about the client you’re invoicing as possible, and that includes his or her payment history. Starting today, you’ll see a client’s recent invoicing history on the sidebar of every invoice or estimate creation screen. Just create a new invoice/estimate, select a client and watch his or her invoice history load automagically. So, what can you do with this information? You could, for example, decide whether you want to allow partial payments or not, set a reasonable due to date based on the client’s propensity to pay on time or think about how much of a discount you’d like to give him or her. In the end, this just provides some context for your invoicing, and we hope it helps!

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  • http://twitter.com/esdev Shawn Scammahorn

    Awesomeness! I use custom prefixes for invoices based on individual clients, and this is very, very useful. No more tracking down the previous invoice numbers.

    Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/esdev Shawn Scammahorn

    Awesomeness! I use custom prefixes for invoices based on individual clients, and this is very, very useful. No more tracking down the previous invoice numbers.

    Thanks!

  • Chandra bose

    Thanks for revealing this super valuable resource!
    Invoice template

  • http://www.tatvasoft.com.au/web-development-services.php Dora Potter

    This is quite an good application, this will keep a client records in terms of payment which will ease ones work upto great extent. Like this concept and would love to implement this to one similar application of mine.